13 Nov '17, 9am

Millions of Malaysian Mobile Users Data can be purchased for RM32k [Article]...

Millions of Malaysian Mobile Users Data can be purchased for RM32k [Article]...

Quann Malaysia (formerly known as e-Cop Malaysia), a regional cyber security services provider, warns that buyers can anonymously purchase 46.2 million Malaysian mobile users data for merely RM32,000 (estimated, after currency conversion). The warning follows the recent revelation that 46.2 million Malaysian mobile users data was on sale for merely 1 Bitcoin (RM32,000). Last week, samples of list containing Malaysian mobile users data from telecommunication companies from 2014 went on sale . The leak includes postpaid and prepaid numbers, customer details, addresses as well as sim card information – including unique IMEI and IMSI numbers. Such information may be used by hackers to carry out social engineering attacks to trick users into divulging financial information and passwords, or phone cloning where the identity of the user is copied to another phone, Quann Malaysia ...

Full article: https://www.malaysianwireless.com/2017/11/malaysian-mobil...

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